I’m a software engineer at Facebook working on the Privacy & Data Use (PDU) Product team. You can read more about my team here. In the past, I’ve also interned on the Site Integrity team, building systems that fight spam and keep billions of people safe at scale with Haskell. You can read more about that here.
I was a hackNY ‘18 Fellow and currently serve as Associate Director for the Fellowship’s Social Good initiatives.
In Fall 2018, I took time for personal growth and development. I worked remotely for the Nevada State Democrats for the 2018 US Midterm Elections. We flipped a Senate seat and delivered the first-ever majority-women state legislature in the history of the United States. In addition, I became involved with Taiwan’s civic tech movement, g0v.tw. I helped develop crucial campaign tech behind the Taiwanese Marriage Equality Campaign in the lead-up to a series of referenda. While we lost the referenda, Taiwan remains on-track to being the first country in Asia to legislate marriage equality, which I am incredibly proud of.
I graduated in May 2018 from Haverford College with a major in Computer Science and a minor in Linguistics. My senior thesis was on how a dependently-typed functional programming language can be used to verify parts of an implementation of a single-transferrable vote counter. My advisor was Professor Richard Eisenberg at Bryn Mawr College.